We’re publishing our fall preview today. For our performing arts sections, see:
- Seeing Seventy: A Select Slice of This Fall's Theater Season A selection of some of the fall's most anticipated stage openings.
- Mycelium as Metaphor: A Preview of Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s “Season 41 Fall Series” at the Harris Hubbard Street's Fall Series is a composite of interwoven movement styles from across the expansive mycelial web that is contemporary dance.
- Drinking Man's Guide to Fascism: A Review of Rhinoceros at The Public House Theatre Eugene Ionesco, absurdist playwright and theater critic, wrote “Rhinoceros” in 1959 as a response to the rise of fascism that had been affecting the world over during the first half of the twentieth century. Here, the script is no less relevant but director Bryce Read’s storytelling could use some tidying up. One morning after a night of binge and debauchery,…
- Putting the Man in Manslaughter: A Review of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder at Porchlight Music Theatre Porchlight Music Theatre's production of this 2014 Tony Award winner executes efficiently and leaves its audience in stitches.
- Can't-Miss Fall Theater Newcity Stage's three most anticipated productions of the 2018 fall season.
- Fall Dance Preview By Carrie Hanson Chicago is a wonderful home in which to be a dance artist, and not a small part of that includes the chance to see and be inspired by extraordinary performance from local and visiting dance groups at venues, intimate or grand, across the city. The dance programs I plan to attend this fall, and have shared below, promise to…